Khloe has had major ups and downs with Lamar, but the new sad message she posted on Instagram on Jan. 4 reflects that she sees a ‘hero’ in Lamar even if he’s ‘broken’. See her message here!
Khloe Kardashian, 30, wears her heart on her sleeve. So when the Keeping Up With The Kardashians beauty shared some thoughtful words on Jan. 4 about “broken heros” despite “bad memories” it was pretty clear she was talking about her estranged husband Lamar Odom.
Lamar Odom & Khloe Kardashian’s Relationship: Call Him A ‘Hero’ In New Message
Khloe, 30, shared a photo message on her Instagram which said:
And if I could tell you one thing, It would be:
You are never as broken as you think you are.
Sure, you have a couple of scars,
and a couple of bad memories,
but then again
all great heros do.
Khloe has always seen the good in Lamar, even at his lowest points. Though Lamar thinks he may be “broken”, Khloe doesn’t believe he’s as broken as he thinks he is. Of course they have some painful memories together, but a hero wouldn’t be a hero if they didn’t have “scars.”
Sure, Lamar has made mistakes, but he is still Khloe’s hero at the end of the day and a good man in her eyes.
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Khloe is planning to make 2015 her year, and has a wonderful outlook on what’s ahead for her.
The brunette beauty revealed on Dec. 30 at 1Oak in Las Vegas that she has a lot to look forward to. “I just want to excel at anything that I do, and have a lot of fun in life,” she said. “I have learned to laugh at life, whatever is bad I like to look at the silver lining. Its corny and cliche but trust me it gets you through every day and makes things so much better!”
Good for Khloe! We know that things have been messy for her and Lamar, as HollywoodLife.com previously reported that Lamar has yet to respond to Khloe’s divorce request. Perhaps her new message about great heros will get through to Lamar and inspire him!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Khloe’s message about great heroes was directed at Lamar? Tell us your thoughts below!
— Julianne Ishler